Wednesday, April 30, 2014

No problem bro...

this is the time during the college class that I am pretty slammed with studying and a project. I installed Windows Server 2012 evaluation on my computer with a dual boot option and did my school project. Got to work with the virutalization and it was pretty cool. I learned allot...

Anyways, with a plastic boat there is no need to seal it because plastic does not need to be sealed. What I don't think I can do is glue it together. There is really nothing that I have found strong enough to hold plastic together. Its a shame because it would be so cheap and a really cool boat could be made, the sheets are a perfect size for a 6' Portugese style dinghy. I am going to keep brainstorming and see if I think of something. Would cost about $30 if you could find a way to hold it together.

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Just realized

that your most recent post was one that I haven't read. I had been thinking it was the same on that was posted on 4/15. My bad.

A plastic boat sounds interesting but sounds more difficult for some reason. What would you use to seal it?

Friday, April 18, 2014

Can't make up my mind...

Went to buy wood yesterday and the more I saw the mor indecisive I became. Left with no wood. Thoughts? They have plastic also and it's cheap, you can make a boat from coroplast. No paint etc...

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Not yet...

But I have just about talked myself into the "micro auray punt" it's another one sheeter:

Here is a video:

What do you think? I think I want one that looks more like a boat than the others and this one could look really cool and very usable.

Monday, April 14, 2014

Started the boat yet?

Curious to see which one you decided to go with.

Thursday, April 03, 2014


Also being in a boat on the water you know you built? Trust me, it's just different. The green one is a very simple boat, but it would take two sheets. He has one sheeters on his site though.

Seeing this picture really makes me want to make one

Just load it up in the back of the explorer and go.

I might do this one...

Seems to be right up your alley also:

Here are the two coolest one sheeters IMO..

Way too complicated for me:

That's a good one to start....

I am thinking about this one:

Lots of them on the internet but more pictures of the one above here:

My favorite site is here, this guy is smart. I've read every article and built the dug dug boat:

Wednesday, April 02, 2014

I think it's cool as hell

I would love to make something simple like this. Be really neat to take out in a big pond and fish.

Now on to more important things...

Google one sheet boat and look at images and tell the what you think? I am getting ready to do another one, not decided which one yet. My first boat was a one sheet boat. One sheet means one sheet of plywood.

Tuesday, April 01, 2014

No problem

I was surprised you needed them too to renew your license.

I got them...

It's no problem, I know you are busy. I appreciate the help.


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